1. General rules
Chez Popol applies the law of 8 December 1992 on the protection of privacy with regard to the processing of personal data ', as adapted by the law of 11 December 1998 and' the law of 13 June 2005 relating to electronic communications'.
2. Personal Data Collected
2.1. The data you give us
During the order process, data such as your name, email address and address data.
2.2. Data that is automatically collected
3. Purposes of data use
3.1. General objectives
We collect your personal data in order to:
. Run your order and manage our customer files
. Collect anonymous visitor statistics
. Direct marketing
. Administer the technical aspect of the Website;
. After making sure that the data is anonymous, compiling statistics or conducting surveys regarding the number of visits to the different parts of the Website.
3.2. Direct marketing and communication to third parties
Your personal data remains strictly confidential and may in no case be communicated to third parties or used for direct marketing purposes other than for Chez Popol.
3.3. Serious violations
We will be able to transmit user data upon request of Justice in case of serious violations of the rules of conduct.
4. Data retention period
All personal data is retained for the entire period necessary to achieve the objectives described above.
5. Right of access and rectification of data
You have the right to consult your personal data for free at any time, to rectify or modify them, by sending us an email to email@example.com or a letter to Chez Popol, Rue de Battice 53, 4800 Petit -Rechain. Always include a copy of your ID card so that we can verify your identity.
You are entirely free not to communicate your personal data to us. However, you should know that some services may be refused if you do not. We also draw your attention to the fact that you are solely responsible for the accuracy of the data you transmit to us.
6. Right of objection
You can exercise your right of challenge in the processing of your personal data, if you consider that there are serious and legitimate reasons, by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Nevertheless, you can not oppose the processing of your personal data if it is necessary for the tracking and processing of your order.
7. Security and confidentiality
We have developed technically and organizationally appropriate security rules to prevent destruction, loss, falsification, alteration, forged access, misdirected communication to third parties, and other unauthorized processing. personal data collected.
We can in no way be held responsible for any direct or indirect damage resulting from improper or illegitimate manipulation by third parties on personal data.
8.1. What is a cookie?
A "cookie" is a small file consisting of letters and numbers stored in your browser or on the hard drive of your computer. So we can remember your preferences when using our website.
Unless you have chosen not to accept cookies in your browser settings, our system will place cookies automatically during your visit to our site.
However, cookies and similar technologies do not allow us to systematically collect data that could identify you. They help us only to improve the functioning of our website, to understand what your interests are and to evaluate the relevance of the content of our website.
8.3. Your consent
If you wish to change your consent at any time, you must delete cookies using your browser settings. For more information on deleting or blocking cookies, visit http://www.aboutcookies.org/Default.aspx?page=2.
8.4. Change your browser settings
We draw your attention to the fact that your browser settings also allow you to change the cookie acceptance settings. These settings are usually accessible through the "option" or "preferences" menu of your browser. To better understand these parameters, we invite you to consult the following links or refer to the "help" tab of your browser:
. Cookies in Internet Explorer
. Cookies in Mozilla Firefox
. Cookies in Chrome
. Cookies in Safari
9. Governing Law and Jurisdiction
These Privacy Protection Rules are governed, interpreted and executed in accordance with Belgian law, the only applicable law in the event of litigation.
The Courts of the Verviers district are exclusively competent for any dispute that may arise from the interpretation or execution of these Privacy Protection Rules.